Putin's order to study the "Sambchak list" with the 16 prisoners
Russian President Vladimir Putin has instructed the presidency to study the list of 16 detainees handed over to him by Xenia Sabchak, with a request for pardon or amnesty, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry said today. .
Recently, a representative of the Sambchak campaign staff, Marina Litvinovich, posted on her Facebook account a list of people for whom the Russian presidential candidate, on behalf of the Citizens' Initiative, called for their release (either to be pardoned or pardoned).
The list, handed down by Sabchak during a meeting between the Russian president and the presidential candidates running in the presidential election, includes 16 people, including Ukrainians Oleg Senchev and Alexander Kolchenko, his former security chief. Yukos company Alexei Pitsulin, journalist Alexander Sokolov and others.